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Guild 1978 catalogue page 7

S-100 standard

Guild 1978 catalogue page 7. This is a double page spread with page 6, for the Guild S-300 guitar. This page features the S-300D with its mahogany body and neck, and Dimarzio pickups. (The S-300 has Guilds own brand humbucking pickups). The Dimarzio pickups are a PAF at the neck and a Super Distortion pickup at the bridge

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David P. Makowski Comment left 6th September 2016 15:03:52
The Guild S300-D was used by some of my guitar playing friends in High School. This was the early 1980's. the addition of the DiMarzio Super D and PAF is what made them sound good. Once we all could afford Gibson Les Paul Customs, the Guild S300-D's went straight to which ever music stores used section. They weren't that good. Plus, they sort of looked like a Rickenbacker 4003 Bass Guitar.

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